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Despite pandemic-era supply chain and component restraints, strong showings from Apple, Samsung, and other Android OEMs resulted in the first jump in smartphone sales recorded in several years.
New Google research suggests what AI does to identify images may not amount to "knowing" anything.
As cryptocurrency mining in the US shows rampant growth, a group of Democratic Senators and Representatives want answers from mining operators about the environmental and economic impacts of their businesses.
Google said it has been working with OpenMined for a year on the effort.
Analysts forecast that automation will make millions of jobs redundant over the next 18 years. But it's not all bad news, says ZDNet's Owen Hughes
Video is an affordable way to drive sales, connect with teams, support customers, and train employees.
Nothing screams "gaming!" like RGB lighting. A pair of leaks hinting at that all-important lighting feature coming to two unannounced Chromebook models from HP and Lenovo hint at a larger push the form factor could soon make into the gaming space.
The FTC warns that social media-based money scams are on the rise.
It can be quicker, easier, and a lot more affordable to learn programming skills than you might imagine.
Just as it would be a mistake to say that all closed source projects are bug-free, it's a mistake to say that all open source projects are security risks. Different projects have different focuses; some of them are much more concerned with the security of their releases.
The Stamford, Conn.-based broadband cable company saw growth in its internet and mobile services, but lost voice and video customers.